Welcome to the ROTSE project.
The primary goal of the ROTSE project is to achieve observations in optical light of Gamma-Ray Bursts (GRB). To carry out our program, the small but powerful ROTSE telescopes operate at sites around the world. Explore ROTSE operations, discoveries, and research in these pages.
View a ROTSE telescope slewing at top speed.
ROTSE Project Links:

Movie of SN 2013ej, imaged by ROTSE-IIIb (McDonald Observatory, Texas) during 2013:

A recent image from ROTSE-IIIb:
M31 (Andromeda Galaxy), imaged by ROTSE-IIIb on 2 February, 2003 (third night of operation):
Comet C/2001 Q4 (NEAT), imaged by ROTSE-IIId (TUBITAK National Observatory, Turkey):
The ROTSE project is made possible by grants from NASA, NSF, and the Australian Research Council, and through participation and support from the University of Michigan, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and the University of New South Wales.